Male sand gobies are known to eat their own eggs, and the theory has more to do with more efficient reproduction than hunger.
In the search to bridge gaps in the fossil record from primitive humans to today, many are quick to forget that humans descended from fish.
Agricultural runoff may be the cause of male smallmouth and largemouth bass developing eggs in their testes in the Northeastern U.S.
No matter what changes are presented to sticklebacks, the species appears to persist, despite changing water quality and environments.
At MAST@FIU, students can enjoy a blended high school-college experience and early experience in marine biology and environmental science.
Schooling behaviors are linked to unique genetic structures found only in schooling fish, linking the behavior to evolution and not just social benefits.
Calcein-dyed crappie, allow fish to be caught, observed through a black light and released without losing the sample during population surveys
Trout Unlimited's 2014 TroutBlitz initiative continues to catalog wild and native trout across North America through citizen science efforts.
Salmon recovery efforts in northern California have boosted recent salmon runs but the population is still seeing low recruitment and returns
Research done in 2014 reveals they are worth 16.9 billion dollars to global fisheries each year, amounting to 20 percent of global marine fisheries at-dock catch values.
Research points fishery managers to online fishing forums to assess fishing efforts and guide stocking and management efforts.
Anyone who studies aquatic invasive species (AIS) will say that one of the most common ways these invaders have been able to spread so rapidly and effectively has been improper boat maintenance. While natural travel patterns certainly show invasive species like Asian carp moving throughout the Great Lakes region...
Despite the bad reputation anglers may get, the reality is that many of these anglers are some of the most devoted to conservation
First organized in 2014, Fishackathon is one of the world’s largest environmental hackathons that connects tech experts with fishery managers
Researchers at the University of Toronto have found the practice of using baitfish may inadvertently spread invasive species.
In a case of an ecological who-done-it, scientists are left scratching their heads at where all the chinook salmon that used to run up and down the Strait of Georgia went
While mountaintop removal mining may allow for faster coal collection, new research shows it also has detrimental effects on the environment.
Cod populations have declined due to overfishing, and NOAA has invested a great deal into rebuilding the population over the past 10 years.
Otoliths serve the important function of keeping the fish oriented in the water and also reflect the age and history of the fish.